'Im/mobility in Coronatimes' is a new blog series written by members of the School of Geography that reflects on the different spatial and temporal dimensions related to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Mumbai’s dhobi ghat, December 2018. Photo credit: Marcia Vera-Espinoza
In the next few weeks, we will be sharing our critical analysis and reflections in the hope of making sense of where we are, and shaping what might come.
The first post by Hannah Schling (Lecturer in Human Geography), Marcia Vera Espinoza (Lecturer in Human Geography) and Kavita Datta (Professor of Development Geography), examines the transformed privileges, power, violence, and hierarchies of im/mobility as a result of COVID 19.